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Cricket villain turns hero in Indo-Pak love story

Border tensions between India and Pakistan may be up, but that hasn’t stopped Pakistani director Faisal Bukhari from packing his suitcase for India to hunt for an actress for his new hero: banned Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Amir.

Cyclone 'Hudhud' not to affect India-West Indies ODI in Vizag

The third one-dayer between India and the West Indies to be played at Visakhapatnam on October 14 is not likely to be affected due to cyclone 'Hudhud', which is expected to hit the port city by Sunday afternoon, organisers said on Saturday.

Lalit Modi removed as Rajasthan Cricket Association president

In a major jolt to Lalit Modi, 23 districts on Saturday moved a no-confidence motion against him and removed him as the president of RCA. The motion was also brought against three other members of Modi's faction.

Ishant Sharma replaces injured Mohit in India-West Indies ODI series

Indian pacer Ishant Sharma has been roped in for the injured Mohit Sharma, who has been ruled out of the remainder of the five-match ODI home series against the West Indies.

India vs West Indies 2nd ODI: India look to bounce back

A series initially considered fertile ground for experimenting before the World Cup for India, it has transformed into a keen contest after West Indies demolished the hosts in the first ODI.

Kevin Pietersen accepts England career may be over

Kevin Pietersen conceded on Friday he may 'potentially' have played his last match for England as the controversy surrounding his autobiography continues.

ICC rights bid may touch $2 billion, three Indian broadcasters in fray

The ICC has shortlisted as many as 17 bids for the final phase of evaluation for its telecast rights for eight years, from 2016 to 2023.

Kevin Pietersen says England return on if ECB chief quits

England exile Kevin Pietersen has said he could yet return to international duty if England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Giles Clarke quits his post.

Signs of change, new umpiring signs come into effect

If a ground umpire places a finger close to his chest while referring a doubtful decision to the TV referee during the second India-West Indies ODI in Delhi on Saturday, don't be surprised.

India-West Indies series: Job at hand needs to get done

A day before the Kochi one-dayer, skipper MS Dhoni spoke of tackling a few areas. The focus was already on Australia tour and the World Cup. And after the tough tour of England, West Indies seemed an opposition the hosts could take in their stride.

No threat to India-West Indies series: BCCI

The BCCI on Thursday made it clear that there is absolutely 'no threat' to India's ongoing home series against West Indies despite an acrimonious pay dispute between the visiting cricketers and the WICB.

Dhoni backs his bowlers, says they did a decent job

Barring Bhuvneshwar Kumar all the Indian bowlers leaked runs in the first ODI against West Indies, but home team skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has backed his underfire bowling attack despite crashing to an embarrassing 124-run loss in the series opener in Kochi.

1st ODI: Marlon Samuels stars as India thumped by West Indies

India suffered a batting collapse as West Indies, riding on an unbeaten ton from Marlon Samuels, started the five-match series with a massive 124-run win in the first ODI in Kochi on Wednesday.

Greg Chappell could return, this time to NCA

Seven years after his tumultuous tenure as India coach ended leaving a trail of bad memories, the BCCI is mulling the idea of getting Greg Chappell back, this time to train Indian coaches at the NCA.

Ricky Ponting backs Kevin Pietersen's England bullying culture claims

Kevin Pietersen, in his recently-published autobiography, accused England's senior bowlers and wicketkeeper Matt Prior of aggressively demanding apologies from teammates not in their clique for any mistakes they made while fielding.
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